30 April, 2009 (London, UK) – Virtue Fusion Alderney is pleased to announce the launch of its multi-currency, multi-lingual, networked software with Sweden’s newest and eagerly awaited site operated by Svenska Bingo.
Bob McCulloch, CEO of Virtue Fusion Alderney stated, “Our cross border software will enable Svenska’s players in Sweden to link into the same networked prize pools that UK players have enjoyed for some time now, generating larger and more attractive jackpots. Players will not only have the games in Swedish but will also see the converted prizes in SEK.”
The launch of this product in Sweden is a good indication as to the way the market is moving towards European and networked prize pools. This is seen by the industry as yet another innovative and exciting development from Virtue Fusion.
Philippa Hellberg, Manager of Svenska Bingo, said, “Our goal is to create a safe, trustworthy yet highly entertaining environment for all our players. We are passionate about bingo and aim to make Svenska Bingo one of Sweden’s most popular bingo sites.”
For more information, please contact:
Lyceum Media for Virtue Fusion
+44 (0) 207 9766 469
About Virtue Fusion (Alderney) Limited
Virtue Fusion Alderney develops Bingo and networked gaming solutions for the online gaming industry, primarily contracting with existing online gaming operators, bookmakers, land-based operators and media companies. Virtue Fusion Alderney continues to be the world’s leading developer and licensor of Internet bingo products, with a gaming network offering some of the largest bingo prizes to be found, due to its vast network of key operators and peak traffic of over 6,000 concurrent players. The Group specializes in providing Bingo, networked games, slots and scratch cards to some of the world’s best-known brands, including Mecca, Ladbrokes, William Hill, Sky, Bet365 and Gala. Virtue Fusion has recently launched its multicurrency product and is now actively marketing into Europe and worldwide. Virtue Fusion Alderney Limited is operated and regulated from Alderney.